Tips For Cleaning Your Bathtub

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Tips For Cleaning Your Bathtub

3 March 2019
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Your bathtub and shower area is what you use on a daily basis to get clean, but don't forget that this area itself will need a good cleaning every once in a while if you want to keep it in good shape. To that end, here are some tips that can help ensure your bathtub and the surrounding area remain clean for a long time to come.

Empty the Tub of Obstacles First

If you keep a lot of toiletries in your bathtub area, the first thing you should do before cleaning is to make sure you remove all of this stuff. Too many bottles of shampoo or other random items that you keep around your tub will likely just get in the way when it's time to clean. You'll risk getting some of these items covered in cleaner or you might forget to pick them up and clean underneath.

Let The Tub Soak Up the Cleaner

When cleaning your tub, don't start scrubbing right away. It can help to spray the entire area down with cleaner but then let the cleaner soak for a bit. This will make it easier to remove any grime that has built up since the last time you cleaned.

Don't Forget the Tiles

While the tub itself is probably your top priority, this is also a great time to clean the surrounding bathroom tile. Use a grout brush if needed and start at the very top and work your way down, eliminating any grime or mildew you encounter. It might be a good idea to clean the tiles first before you start scrubbing the tub so you don't risk mildew or grime from the tiles running down onto an already-clean tub.

 Baking Soda and Vinegar Can Work Wonders on Your Drain

If you have noticed that your bathtub drain is not getting the job done effectively, there is an easy solution that doesn't involve any harsh chemicals. Start by shaking a box of baking soda over the drain and letting it get down into it as far as it will go. Then, chase the baking soda with vinegar. If you've ever made a "volcano" in science class, you know what will happen next. The chemical reaction will hopefully burst through any built up hair or other gunk.

If despite your best efforts, you notice that your bathtub just doesn't look as good as it used to, it might be time to contact a professional, like Tub Solutions Inc, about bathtub reglazing or refinishing. Reach out today for more information.